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The historical city of Belfast is the capital, as well as the largest city in Northern Ireland. Belfast was named the best place to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet and is one to add to the bucket list. Belfast has some of the coolest pubs, superb shopping and enough eateries to satisfy every taste and budget. There are also many great walking, bus and taxi tours, cultural escapes, scientific exhibitions and literary inspirations. After all, this is the city that inspired the Chronicles of Narnia and Gulliver’s Travels.
Belfast City has a lot to offer, with unlimited opportunities for things to do and see. Discover this urban yet historical city for yourself.
Loganair flies to Belfast City from Carlisle Lake District Airport
The city is jam-packed with attractions, ranging from museums, parks and shopping centres, and is well-known for its lively nightlife, with its cosmopolitan bars and clubs. Bertz Jazz Bar is one of the city’s gems; with live jazz music complemented by a French bistro style menu and extensive wine list, set in an Art Deco 1930’s New York theme. Pub Fibber Magees was rated #1 for Nightlife in Belfast on Tripadvisor, with a vibrant atmosphere and quality drinks.
Belfast was also the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, which famously sunk in 1912 after striking an iceberg. Discover the mysteries of the sunken ship at the renovated dockyards’ Titanic Quarter, which includes the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the sunken ocean liner.
You can also explore the Botanic Gardens, which include a Victorian glasshouse, or the famous Ulster Museum, taking you through 9,000 years of Irish culture and history. Belfast Zoo is one of the few local government-funded zoos in the UK and Ireland.Discover more than 1,200 animals of 140 species, including Malayan sun bears, a pair of red pandas and a pair of Goodfellow’s tree-kangaroos.
The city is jam-packed with exciting events throughout the year. Join Belfast in May for the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival, Climb aboard some magnificent visiting tall ships and naval vessels, which will be docked in Belfast for the festival weekend. Or how about one of Belfast’s music festivals, including BBC’s: the biggest weekend. With foodie festivals and art festivals throughout the year there’s something for everyone.